Haskell is divinely inspired, so it makes sense that I can't hardly read it and that the hoogle docs burn my skin.

# Digest

### 56 | Shapley, Weyl, Buterin, Freedman, Spinoza, Leibniz, and Kant

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Shapley values, Quadratic Voting, and Quadratic Finance### 54 | Digest: Thynges that are thynges, that ARE other thynges

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Eric Hehner's unified algebra### 50 | Librarians, Luhn, and Lizard Brain

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A geometric interpretation of the an error detecting code using dihedral group of order 10- Using tensors, lasers to find a faster means of matrix multiplication
### 48 | Digest: Things that are things, but not other things

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Understanding fundaments of category theory with counter examples- psychology, subitization, chunking, a prison style tattoo gun
- dice, trees, & integer arithmetic
- Daniel's knowledge + Monte Carlo simulations
### 29 | Digest: Magic: the Gathering is Turing Complete

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TERRIBLE TURING MACHINES SEASON 2 BABY!!### 22 | Digest: TrueSkill 2: Better Bayesian Assumptions Boogaloo

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Optimal Match Making using Bayesian Inference### 20 | Digest: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False

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Derivations from Ioannidis' 2005 article: 'Why Most Published Research Findings Are False' and discussion of the replication crisis- Tips from industry professionals
- A Summary of a Summary of a Summary